Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Online Training

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Online Training

  • ABOUT THE COURSE
    • Course Duration

      This course requires 30 hours of training with two convenient options (weekday or weekend sessions)

      Training Materials

      1. Comprehensive course material created by expert team of professionals with four years of experience in online and corporate training
      2. 24*7 access to the systems and servers anywhere and anytime
      3. Immediate feedback on the work through assessments, quizzes and tests.
      4. Live session practice and recorded sessions.

      What’s Needed To Join This Course?

      A candidate should be familiar with basic networking concepts and should have a little working experience with the Windows Server 2003 or 2008 and Windows XP/Vista/7 operating systems.

      Who Are Ideal Candidates?

      This course is appropriate for Exchange administrators who want to learn Exchange Server 2007 and administrators who are new to Exchange Server.

      Course Info

      You will learn the installation, configuration, and maintenance of Exchange Server 2007 environments and advanced features like disaster recovery and integrating SharePoint. Topics covered in this course are Introduction to Exchange 2007, Pre-Installation Preparation, Installation Overview, Exchange Management Console, Exchange Management Shell, Shell Usage, Aliases, set mailbox command, pipelining, modifying multiple mailboxes with the shell and Exchange 2007 database.

      Why NORTH TECH SYSTEMS?

      Our specialized course content is full of real time scenarios, illustrations and hands on experience prepares a candidate to work successfully on real-time projects and make a promising career. Our training institute has a strong and committed team of professionals who not only aims at developing the talents of a candidate but also improves confidence, interpersonal skills and analytical skills which helps in performing well at the workplace. Some of our outstanding features include:

      1. Offers quality theoretical lectures with extensive practical exposure on advanced methods and technologies
      2. Provide daily and weekend classes to suit the comfort and availability of the students
      3. Assurance of complete satisfaction
      4. Efficient placement cell that guarantees 100 % job assistance to students on their successful completion of the course.
  • CURRICULUM
    • Pre-Installation Preparation

      1. Hardware Requirements for Exchange Server 2007
      2. Creating Infrastructure
      3. Physical Disk Configuration
      4. DNS Setup in Exchange Server 2007
      5. AD Installation (Dcpromo)
      6. Domain Registration
      7. Requirements for Active Directory and older Exchange organizations
      8. Active Directory Schema Changes
      9. Readiness Scan
      10. Editions and CAL types
      11. Wrap-up

      Installation Overview

      1. Installing Exchange Server 2007
      2. Pre-install Splash
      3. Error Reporting
      4. Install Type and Roles Selection
      5. Server Name
      6. Client Settings
      7. Readiness Check
      8. Verifying Install
      9. Finalize Deployment Tasks List
      10. End-to-End Scenario Tasks List
      11. Editing Installed Roles
      12. Installing SP1

      Exchange Server Management Console

      1. Console Layout of Exchange Server 2007
      2. Architecture
      3. Role Delegation
      4. Grand Tour
      5. Finalization Tasks
      6. Toolbox and Extras in Exchange Server 2007
      7. 32-bit Edition

      Exchange Management Shell

      1. Shell Usage Overview
      2. Getting Help With Syntax
      3. Modifying a Mailbox With the Shell
      4. Pipelining
      5. Modifying Lots of Mailboxes with the Shell
      6. Other Management cmdlets
      7. Exchange Server 2007 Database
      8. Exchange Server 2007 Database Overview
      9. What's changed from Exchange Server 2003?
      10. Storage Groups and Databases
      11. Limitations
      12. Best Practices

      Going Live With Exchange Server 2007

      1. Scenario
      2. Checklist
      3. Checking DNS
      4. Checking Listening Ports
      5. Testing Email Flow

      Working with Recipients in Exchange Server 2007

      1. Configuring Mailboxes in Exchange Server 2007
      2. Working with Contacts
      3. Creating and Using Distribution Groups
      4. Working with Rooms and Equipment Mailboxes
      5. Using Recipients Filtering

      Configuring Public Folders in Exchange Server 2007

      1. Public Folder Architecture
      2. Scenario
      3. Tools for Managing Public Folders
      4. Creating New Public Folders in Exchange Server 2007
      5. Assigning Public Folder Permissions
      6. Allowing Public Folders to Receive and Send Mail

      Configuring Address Lists in Exchange Server 2007

      1. How Server Side Address Lists Work
      2. Creating a Custom Address List
      3. How the Global Address Book Works
      4. Brief Bit on Offline Address Books
      5. Dynamic Distribution Groups
      6. Best Practices For Using This Stuff

      Configuring Outlook - AutoDiscover

      1. What is AutoDiscover?
      2. How Does It Work?
      3. How Do I Set It Up?
      4. How Do I Set Up Outlook?
      5. Best Practices

      Configuring the Client Access Server

      1. CAS Role Overview
      2. IIS Virtual Directories for Exchange Server 2007
      3. Outlook Anywhere Architecture
      4. Setting Up Outlook Anywhere
      5. Active-Sync Architecture
      6. New Active-Sync Features in Exchange Server 2007
      7. Active Sync Configuration
      8. Best Practices

      Outlook Web Access

      1. New Outlook Web Acces (OWA) Features
      2. Request From Management Relating to OWA Experience
      3. Light and Premium Versions
      4. Authentication Options
      5. Accessing Server-Based Shares and SharePoint Sites
      6. Changing the Base URL for Outlook Web Acces (OWA)

      Working with POP and IMAP

      1. Protocol Architecture
      2. Management Requests
      3. Settings on the CAS Server
      4. Settings on the Hub Transport Server
      5. User-Specific Permissions
      6. Setting Up the Client
      7. Best Practices

      Looking at Hub Transport

      1. Mail Flow and Routing Architecture
      2. Management Requests
      3. Working with Domains and Email Addresses
      4. Creating Transport Rules
      5. Using Send Connectors
      6. Using Receive Connectors
      7. Setting Size Limits and Delivery Restrictions
      8. Using the Queue Viewer

      Meeting Compliance Requirements with Exchange Server 2007

      1. Management Requests
      2. Intro to Journaling
      3. Planning and implementing Journaling
      4. 3rd Party Products
      5. Other Compliance Issues

      Edge Transport Role

      1. Management Requests
      2. A Look at Edge Transport
      3. Edge Setup Requirements
      4. Installing the Edge Role
      5. Securing the Edge Server
      6. Best Practices

      Configuring Edge Anti-Spam Components

      1. Architecture
      2. Installing the Edge Anti-Spam Filters on the Hub Transport
      3. Connection Filtering
      4. Sender Filtering
      5. Recipient Filtering
      6. SPF Records

      Content Filtering in Exchange Server 2007

      1. Attachment Filters
      2. Transport Rules
      3. Address Rewrite Agent
      4. Safe list Aggregation
      5. Best Practices

      Anti-Virus and Exchange Server 2007

      1. Architecture
      2. Supported Vendors
      3. ForeFront Overview
      4. Installing ForeFront
      5. Testing AV
      6. Best Practices

      Configuring Exchange Server 2007 Backups

      1. Database/Backup Architecture
      2. Knowing What to Back Up
      3. Using NTBackup
      4. Volume Shadow Copy
      5. Local Continuous Replication
      6. Standby Cluster Replication
      7. Recommendations

      Exchange Server 2007 Disaster Recovery

      1. A Look at Scenarios of Increasing Cruelty
      2. Walk-through Several Types of Recovery
      3. Best Practices For Recovery
  • ROADMAP
  • REVIEWS
    • “This course was simply awesome. I came with very little knowledge of the subject and now I look forward to implement it on my next project” – Bharti Bhandari
      “This was, by far, the best subject training course I have attended... After a few days, I feel prepared to dive into Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 platform with a sound understanding of the basics. This institute has fantastic instructors and communicator.”- Neha Mathur
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